A sale of Janet Jackson memorabilia has seen the military-style jacket she wore for her 1990 Rhythm Nation tour go for more than 20 times the expected price.
Former CBS boss Les Moonves has missed out on $US120 million in severance after settling a dispute over his 2018 ouster due to a sexual harassment scandal.
Those Who Wish Me Dead sees Angelina Jolie battling flames, demons and father-and-son assassins played by Aidan Gillen and Nicholas Hoult in a functional but unconvincing film by Taylor Sheridan
British journalist Martin Bashir has left the BBC due to health issues amid an investigation into his controversial 1995 interview with Princess Diana.
Limiting self and social attitudes to deafness are explored by Australian author Fiona Murphy in The Shape of Sound, her compelling and insightful debut memoir.
WA street artist has graduated from sketching on skateboards to painting an entire helicopter for his new, edgy exhibition, Chaos Rising.
Yellow Wiggle Emma Watkins is one of the most recognisable entertainers in Australia but beyond the skivvy is a smart, fashion-loving, ballet-dancing role model.
Ellen DeGeneres was America’s most beloved talk show host, but was derailed by a workplace scandal. We look at what her future holds.
Dallas Phillips didn’t think much of handing over her mother’s negatives — kept for decades in a chocolate tin — to the State Library of WA. Now she has finally been able to see what was on them.
If you missed out on a coveted ticket to the Territory’s largest festival – BASSINTHEGRASS – you can catch some of the artists tomorrow at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets.
JUDITH AISTHORPE, email@example.com
Mindil Beach has been transformed and is set to be packed with 14,000 people today to see some of the biggest Australian musos take to the stage for BASSINTHEGRASS.
The pop sisters outnumber their rock brothers for the first time on the APIA Good Times tour which is back on the road after last year’s concert shutdowns.
Mitchell Street pubs have ordered extra booze and glasses and put on more staff in anticipation that many of the 14,000 BASSINTHEGRASS revellers will kick on after the festival in Darwin’s main party strip.
Russian actor Yulia Peresild and filmmaker Klim Shipenko will fly to the International Space Station to film scenes for the first movie to be shot in space.
Pablo Picasso's 1932 painting Femme Assise Pres d'Une Fenetre (Marie-Therese) has been sold for an eye-watering $133.8 million at auction.
Before attending a Brisbane charity lunch last Friday, Hollywood star Matt Damon dropped into an iconic Brisbane pub for a punt and a Great Northern at 10am.
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In a week when all the talk was about ‘eye-watering’ dollar amounts as Australia’s Federal Budget was handed down, it’s appropriate that the NT News can reveal that it will — starting on Monday — publish its Territory Rich List.
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Hobart winter festival Dark Mofo has revealed its program for the June event, with a giant church bell and Aboriginal hut among the offerings.
Josh Duhamel freely admits the superhero world was a bit of a mystery to him until recently.
The Chase Australia’s official Shark, Brydon Coverdale, has created a new daily quiz challenge. How’s your general knowledge? Take his quiz.
Prince Harry has thrown another bomb at his family in a new interview, saying he did not want to inherit Prince Charles’ ‘genetic pain’ and why he felt ‘helpless’ in royal life.
K-Pop band BTS, David Beckham and Malala Yousafzai will appear in the Friends: The Reunion episode to be broadcast in the US on May 27.
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